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  • Actors: Jeffrey Combs
  • Directors: Brian Yuzna
  • Region: All Regions
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001GZETQ4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 118,564 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Exclusive Sleeve If you thought that the nightmare couldn't get any worse, you were mistaken! The depravity gets a fresh injection with this bloody sequel to the film that Re-animated the horror film in the 1980s. With more spectacular gut-wrenching effects, and unimaginable terrors lurking in the basement, the sickest man in science is back... Doctors Herbert West and Dan Cain make a startling discovery: not only can serum reanimate the dead, but when mixed with a rare fluid, it can bring limbs back to life - completely independent of body and brain! With the power to 'create' new life comes a chance to bring back Dan's former fiancé from the dead. But when a vial falls into the wrong hands, a gore fest ensues with severed limbs and zombies galore!

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misunderstood sequel to the phenomenal classic Re-Animator. this film has been counted as "inferior" and i know why, because some fans don't seem to understand the "formula" of this film. this is a continuation which takes theoretical bites out of the classic 1930's film bride of frankenstein, which i own a copy of on vhs. this version IS the directors cut!
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I saw this movie many, many moons ago on VHS, and I was expecting the Tartan Video version to be fairly crisp. It wasn't. The sound and picture were both of very poor quality indeed, so poor in parts that the dialogue could not be made out. Still, it's a fun gore-fest, so you roll with it and move on. But I'm annoyed that I got such a poor quality version when surely there must be better versions out there.
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The original Re-Animator is rightly regarded as an all time-horror classic, and certainly when it comes to tongue-in-cheek gore-filled black comedies only the first 2 Evil Dead films come anywhere near it. Making a sequel looks to be a hopeless task, as the first film clearly tied itself up as a self-contained film, but while it requires a bit of suspension of disbelief from the viewer the script for Bride of Re-Animator does a tremendous job just managing to reunite most of the cast from the first film (half of whom appeared to have died at the end it) without completely throwing away the continuity of the first film.
It's a bit weird to see Herbert West attempting to give life to separate body parts here when in the first film he couldn't even manage to re-animate whole corpses without turning them into maniacal zombies, but it does allow scope for this film to explore a slightly different angle from the first whilst still retaining the feel of the original. The first half of the film is rather slow and boring, with only West's bizarre experiments in joining together odd combinations of body parts providing any entertainment. The ending is fantastic however, with a climax that rivals the ending of the first film for sheer over the top insanity, as West and eternal unwilling sidekick Dan Cain find themselves under siege from the now bat-winged head of Doctor Hill, his re-animated zombies (including a hilarious zombie cop who bursts in holding his badge as though making an arrest), the bricked-up earlier failed experiments of West and of course the 'bride of re-animator' herself...
Inevitably it's inferior to the original movie, but the combination of returning old favourite characters with some new improved gore effects means this will provide some entertainment for fans of the first film. Nowhere near as bad as it's reputation, Bride of Re-Animator is a fair stab at a very difficult sequel.
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Haha, what can I say? I LOVE THIS! Jeffrey puts in another absolutely fantastic performance as everyone's favourite anti-hero Herbert West, his stoic nature mixed in with his unyielding determination and dry wit makes him an absolute joy to watch! The plot is really good, ok it's very chaotic but when you've got two scientists trying to 'build' a new human from scratch, zombies everywhere, an interrupting cop and a vengeful head (LOL!) what do you expect? It all works, it's hilarious to watch, I did have to pause a few times when the laughing got too much! I would recommend getting this, and the other two Re-Animator films!

Special mention to one of Herbert's funniest one liners... 'don't let the little head rule the big head Dan!'
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Eight months after the massacre at the medical school Dr West is back up to old tricks as he continues his research into bringing the dead back to life, this time he's perfected the formula and wants to play God and create his own life using many body parts from the hospital, but at the same time Dr Hill is resurrecting his revenge too.

This is an amazing sequel which holds up as good as the original, directed by horror master Brian Yuzna (Return of the living dead 3) we see the return of the iconic Jeffrey Combs who yet again gives a brilliantly serious performance as Dr West, the story as you can imagine is full of weird and morbid horror mainly centred around death and bodies, the effects are all great looking once again, all good quality practical effects, the gore is great and don't hold back especially towards the end the movie gets crazy! And of course the iconic music score is back, If you love the original then this is a must own of course, the Re-animator series is such a great horror franchise.

97-mins, 1989.
English language.
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The good old days of latex and hand-made special effects. No CGI then!

Basic plotline revolves around the desire to re-animate the doctor's deceased girlfriend using her heart and other corpse's body parts. A police leutennant suspects something strange is going on from the evidence from the first film and is a threat to the experiment. Of course, in the lead up to and after the re-animation, chaos ensues from all angles and some amusing 'living' bodies/body parts join in the big fight at the end.

Who survives is down to you to guess!

A pretty decent old-school gory horror film. Sick yet comical. Could be better in some ways but that is usually the charm of these films - cheesy acting and OTT violence! 'Braindead' is the best example, check it out:
Braindead [1993]
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